Operating system pfSense® CE, OPNSense, IPFire, OpenWRT and all other router systems are supported.
CPU AMD Embedded G series GX-412TC, 1 GHz quad Jaguar core with 64 bit and AES-NI support, 32K data + 32K instruction cache per core, shared 2MB L2 cache.
Memory 2 GB DDR3-1333 DRAM
NICs 2x Gigabit (Intel i211AT)
Weight 800
Dimensions 16.8 cm X 15.7 cm
Storage 16GB SSD (durable and fast Solid state drive)
Graphics -
Power consumption 6W idle, 12W under full load
Ports DB9 serial port, 2 USB 3.0 external, 2 USB 2.0 internal, three front panel LEDs, pushbutton, 2 miniPCI express (one with SIM socket), LPC bus, GPIO header, I2C bus, COM2 (3.3V RXD / TXD)
Cooling Conductive cooling from the CPU to the enclosure using a 3 mm alu heat spreader (included)
Other wle900vx WiFi adapter
Manufacturer PC Engines

APU2C0 Access Point reviews


APU2C0 Router and 802.11ac MIMO Access Point

2,180 SEK

(2,725 incl. VAT)

This is an 802.11ac MIMO access point built with APU2C0 motherboard, wle900vx wifi card, 3 high quality antennas, and OpenWRT operating system.

It can be used purely as an access point, or as a full router. Please specify at checkout how you would like us to configure it.

Hardware included:

Advantages over proprietary Access Points

  • Very high performance in practice - over 500Mbit/s real throughput. Many commercial APs are having great throughput in theory.
  • Fully open source. Hardware, BIOS and Operating systems are fully open.
  • High configurability - OpenWRT allows you to take full advantage of the hardware.
  • Small: 16.8 cm X 15.7 cm 
  • Very low power consumption - 6 to 12W. 
  • CPU has built-in encryption support (AES-NI), allowing for high VPN throughout.

Note: you can purchase additional wle600vx or wle200vx wifi kits, to have 2 access points in 1. For example dual band AP with 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz - as shown on the photo with 5 antennas.

System comes assembled, pre-configured and ready to use. If you prefer to receive the parts for self-assembly instead, please indicate it on your order.

This hardware can run any operating system, but we HIGHLY recommend using OpenWRT because it delivers superior WiFi performance in comparison to other systems we have tested. This wifi card is not supported by BSD(pfSense, OPNSense), it works great with Linux (OpenWRT, IPFire, etc).